Division of Campus Life

Student Leadership Groups

Be the voice for fellow students to improve the student experience.

Being part of a student advisory board, student group executive board or serving as a peer counselor or student leader can be a rewarding experience, offering opportunities for personal growth and leadership development.

Participate on a student advisory board in the Division of Campus Life and work closely with Brown administrators and staff to voice concerns, propose ideas for improvement and offer insights into the student experience. You can have a meaningful impact within the educational community. 

Campus Life Leadership Opportunities

The Student Advisory Board (SAB) helps the Director develop the vision and plan for the Brown Center for Students of Color.
The Residential Council of Brown University (ResCouncil) is a student advisory board that provides assistance and insight to the Brown Office of Residential Life.
Student Ambassadors are trained in restorative practices and conflict resolution. Their primary responsibilities are to (1) serve as a liaison between the Office of Student Conduct and the student body and (2) coordinate programming for the office.
As a student at Brown, you have a multitude of opportunities to connect and explore your intersecting interests and identities. Peer counselors can support and inform your journey.